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Recorded 1986

About Me

Jeffrey Groberman was born and raised in Vancouver.   While at SFU he approached CBC to write a series of topical comedy sketches.  The sketches, co-written with Colin Yardley, played locally and then nationally on CBC radio.   A year later the CBC approached them to develop a one-hour national comedy show and the infamous “Dr. Bundolo’s Pandemonium Medicine Show” was born.  In 1976, Jeffrey joined CKVU television and was hired for the station’s flagship “Vancouver Show”.  Jeffrey remained at CKVU for 5 years working as a writer, performer, producer and executive producer.  In 1980 he returned to CBC to produce two seasons of Dr. Bundolo for television.  In 1981 he produced the Paul Anka Show and in 1984 he formed his own company, Prime Time Creative Services.  His company has produced shows for CBC, CTV, Global and the Knowledge Network.  At the Knowledge Network, Jeffrey met computer guru Steve Dotto and went on to produce the nationally syndicated Dotto on Data and Dotto Tech. Currently, he is a travel writer sharing his humorous adventures that appear in newspapers across the world.

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